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Question: what is the "individual notion" of information security? with references
The individual notion of information security is the idea that everyone in an organization has a responsibility to protect information, regardless of their role or title. This means that all individuals have a personal responsibility to ensure that they know and understand their role in information security and follow procedures designed to protect against security threats. References: 1. Lang, Katrina. “Information Security: Role of Individuals.” Global Knowledge, 7 Dec. 2017, www.globalknowledge.com/us-en/resources/resource-library/white-papers/security/information-security-role-of-individuals/. 2. “The Role of the Individual in Information Security.” SecureNinja, www.secureninja.com/blog/the-role-of-the-individual-in-information-security/. 3. Green, Martin. “The Role of Individuals in Information Security.” Coursera, Coursera, 28 Nov. 2018, www.coursera.org/lecture/computer-networking-security/the-role-of-individuals-in-information-security-fowqu. 4. Wakefield, Jane. “Why Individual Responsibility Is Key for Information Security.” IT Pro Portal, 27 Feb. 2018, www.itproportal.com/features/why-individual-responsibility-is-key-for-information-security/.
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